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Funny Cats Compilation [Most See] Funny Cat Videos Ever Part 1

Funny Cats Compilation [Most See] Funny Cat Videos Ever

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Ultimate cat vines compilation – Best cat vines 2014 / 2015

Ultimate cat vines compilation

Some of the funniest cat vines ever made.
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Funny cats and babies playing together – Cute cat & baby compilation

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Modern pet furniture Design


Modern pet furniture Design.

Better Homes and Gardens – Decorating: how to make a dog bed


Tara salvages an old piece of furniture and turns it into a posh bed for your pooch.

15 Useless Pet Toys & Products

From designer clothing for your pets to religious ceremonies intended to convert your dog to a certain faith we count 15 toys, items and services bought for pets that defy logic and intelligence
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Cat Furniture Review:Best Gift for your Lovely Cat

Cat furniture best gift for your pet cat she/he will happily enjoy your gift you should gift this to your lovely cat this is best gift and luxury for a cat you give her this gift

This (Cat furniture) is lovely luxury for your lovely cat

What Kinds of Toys Do Rabbits Like? | Pet Rabbits

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Learn about the kinds of toys that pet rabbits like in this Howcast video featuring bunny lover Amy Sedaris and rabbit expert Mary E. Cotter.

Speaker 1: So we’re going to be talking about bunny toys today.

Speaker 2: Okay.

Speaker 1: . . . and I brought some of my favorite, and I see you’ve brought some of your favorites.

Speaker 2: Yes, I did.

Speaker 1: And I brought my favorite toy at home, Bean, my personal little . . .

Speaker 2: Bean, being such a cutie pie, Netherland Dwarf.

Speaker 1: Netherland Dwarf, looks like a wild rabbit, but he’s not, and we’ll talk about that later.

Speaker 2: Okay.

Speaker 1: So what do you do for toys?

Speaker 2: All right, this is something, well, first of all, my rabbit is obsessed with these little beachcomber straw hats, you just plop it on the floor and they’ll chew it. Here’s one that she’s not quite finished with here, but sometimes it’s just completely gone, and they just like to chew on it.

Speaker 1: Will she go through the entire thing?

Speaker 2: The entire thing, yeah.

Speaker 1: So completely disappear.

Speaker 2: But you want to make sure it’s not treated, right?

Speaker 1: Yeah, if you can, with any straw toys. Some imports have bug sprays on them, or other kinds of little chemicals that you might want to avoid, and it’s best to try to find untreated ones. Although people have told me that they have bought the sprayed ones because of a regulation importing into the U.S., that they have to be sprayed with no ill-effects on the rabbits. I try to find untreated ones myself, just to be safe.

Speaker 2: Okay. Now here’s one that I like to make at home. What you need is you just need a toilet paper tube, a pair of scissors, and you’re going to fringe the edges, because this gives them a little, what do you call it, like not resistance.

Speaker 1: It gives them a little play, there’s a little play in cardboard that way so it’s not quite so stiff.

Speaker 2: Right.

Speaker 1: So that they can access what it’s going to go into it a little more easily. I’m guessing you’re going to stuff it the way we do.

Speaker 2: Right, and then you kind of do the edges like this. See, this is fun, this is fun, and then you just fill it with your favorite hay, it can be a treat hay, you want to use like a herb hay.

Speaker 1: This is Timothy Hay here, you don’t have to use Timothy Hay, but any grass hay is a good alternative, Timothy is a grass hay.

Speaker 2: A little dynamite stick, see? And then you just throw that around, and I mean hay will go all over your apartment, but, you know, if you love your rabbit, you don’t really care, and then you just play. I mean, it’s really a lot of fun, you want to play with that (?).

Speaker 1: And you can use paper towel rolls too if you want it longer.

Speaker 2: Yep, paper towels, right. That’s the other thing . . .

Speaker 1: We have here a slinky, which is great, a lot of rabbits love to grab the end of a slinky and toss it around. One thing you want to be really careful about, and this is a good rabbit to show it with, this size slinky and this size rabbit could be a bad combination, and that’s why we’re showing this. A smaller slinky is better for a smaller rabbit, because this size rabbit can get its head into this slinky. For many rabbits that won’t matter, but some rabbits will panic when they get their head into a slinky, and they don’t back out. So you want to be careful about the size, and make it appropriate to the size of the rabbit.

Speaker 2: And what about metal versus just plastic ones?

Speaker 1: I like plastic ones myself.

Speaker 2: Okay.

Speaker 1: I know some people have used metal ones, but I like plastic ones, they’re much more visible to me on the floor so that I don’t step on them when a rabbit’s on the floor playing with them.

Speaker 2: Also oatmeal, sometimes people take out the sides of the oatmeal, you know, canisters . . .

Speaker 1: Yeah.

Speaker 2: . . . and your rabbit can get stuck in that too, so.

Speaker 1: Yeah, any canister, a rabbit will like to play in the canister, but you have to be really careful about panic, a rabbit can feel panicked when he’s cornered. This bunny right now, for example, is choosing to go into this nice little willow tunnel, which is great, many rabbits like to hide in tunnels, but if this had a closed-end on the other side and he didn’t back out, he could panic in there, so we try to be pretty careful about that.

Speaker 2: And also you can fill this with hay, right, since they have a little hay in there to eat as well.

Speaker 1: Yep, yep.

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How to exercise with your cats!


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How to Keep Cat from Scratching Furniture | Cat Care

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Learn how to keep your cat from scratching furniture from board-certified veterinary behaviorist Dr. E’Lise Christensen, DVM in this Howcast video.

Does your cat scratch the furniture at your house? Or you’re just worried that she might? That’s a pretty common concern and it’s really smart thing to be worried about because scratching is a normal behavior of cats. They need to scratch as part of their regular behavioral suite, or what they do on a regular day. It’s part in their time budget. If you don’t provide a cat a great place to scratch, they won’t definitely find one, and it might be your favorite and expensive couch.

What we want to do is figure out what each cat really likes best as far as scratching. Some cats love to scratch horizontally and they’ll scratch your carpets, but they’ll also scratch horizontal cat scratchers. You can just set them on the floor in those cats’ favorite places for scratching. Some cats really like to scratch vertically. The important thing to think about cats that scratch vertically is that you want to make sure that cat tree or the scratching post is high enough so that the cat can really scratch because part of the scratching behavior that is satisfying for cats is being able to put their paws away up and pull down. So, we want to make sure that they have room to really get those claws up.

A lot of times you’ll see them doing both paws just like this, and their whole body will go down. So, you want to make sure that that post is tall enough to allow the cat to do that. Different cats like different surfaces for scratching. Some like carpet; some like sisal; some like fabrics; some like plain old solid wood and some prefer leather.

So, make sure that you check out what your cat likes and then get a scratching post or make a scratching area that meets your pet’s favorite needs for scratching. Then, if you find that your cat is targeting your furniture anyway, you want to make your furniture less attractive as a scratching area. There’s many ways to do that. One easy way is to put some tinfoil over it so that when they go to scratch it doesn’t feel very good and it makes funny noise. The other option is to put double-sided sticky tape there. Of course you want to check your fabric and make sure that’s okay for the fabric, but that when the cat goes to put their paw on, again it doesn’t feel really comfortable. Now, whenever you’re using something on a scratching area that your cat is choosing but you don’t want them to use, you want to make sure that you’re not just making that cat’s preferred area for scratching nasty for the cat but also that you’re favorite area for the cat to scratch is awesome for the cat. The way that you do that is catch your cat doing things right.

Every time the cat walks by that new scratching post, every time the cat looks at this scratching post, any time the cat certainly would put a paw on scratching post or scratch on it, that’s going to be a moment for great celebration. So, you might pat your cat in his favorite place. You could put a little catnip in that area, or give some catnip to your cat while he’s at the scratching post. Or you could even make treats rain from the sky by just sprinkling them gently around the scratching post area whenever your cat goes over there. But if you do those things and keep your cat’s nails turned you should have a lot of success in your cat’s normal scratching behavior. Focus on something everybody can live with. And that’s how you teach a cat to scratch on appropriate objects.

Trying to exercise with cats around

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Many of you asked what my fitness channel is and I wanted to have some more classes uploaded before telling you but time is an issue, so I’m sharing it now with a short sample of what you’ll see plus some behind the scenes footage. Sure, there are yoga and fitness vids (and if you’ve searched for yoga, then you’re probably familiar with my partner in crime, Bryan Jones, whose yoga vids are among the best on YouTube) but the ones I record at home always feature Shorty and Kodi. If there are specific yoga or fitness vids you’d like to see there, please comment! And don’t worry, this is the last I’ll say of my other channels here 🙂 More ShoKo vids soon! Music is Gonna Start by Kevin MacLeod, www.incompetech.com.

Dog Does Sit Up Exercise With Owner


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Yoga with Cats

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Become one with the breath and the purr through this yoga sequence for you and your cats! We all know there’s no one quite like Shorty when it comes to yoga (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2bo-IJEK8o) but here Kodi and I give it a try (Sho preferred napping through most of this shoot. And sorry to use the same yoga music but nothing compares to this great Sanskrit song from iMovie 11.)

How to exercise with your cats! (redux)

(This is a slightly edited version of the original video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGVAR1m8gf8 that had a copyright claim over the visual content that has since been released. I’ve decided to keep this version up because of the different cuts used and extra footage.)
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Want to get that purrfect body but not sure where to start? Shorty, Kodi and their “dad” show you how you can exercise at home with this easy tutorial. Docile cats not included. Results may vary. Especially if the cats aren’t docile. We assume no liability for dissatisfied customers or cats. Or scratch marks. Or anything. Music is Happy Boy End Theme by Kevin MacLeod, www.incompetech.com.

Giant Dog Exercise Wheel with Kibble Dispenser

I built the first HoundRound giant hamster wheel for my little dog Jumbo (see other videos). I built this gigantic one on commission for large dogs (Siberian Huskies). The internal diameter of the rotating ring is 7 feet. It has a dog powered kibble dispenser (as shown here), as well as a peanut butter conveyor belt like the original HoundRound. The speed of treat dispensing is adjustable for both treat mechanisms.